By Lauren Holt 3-16-15
The seventh day of the Boston Bomber trial began with the jury inspecting the boat that admitted Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found in four days after the Boston Marathon bombing.
The jury traveled to the Black Flacon Pier in South Boston where the boat has been kept for the past year. For thirty minutes the jury examined the bullet riddled boat and saw the faint note Tsarnaev scrawled in pencil, which prosecutors say was his explanation for the bombings.
Tsarnaev, lawyers from both sides, and the judge were all present while jurors inspected the boat two at a time.
Denise Lavoie of the Associated Press, David Boeri of WBUR, and three sketch artists also accompanied the jurors.
Lavoie counted 110 bullet holes in the SeaBird.